UTICA, N.Y. – The case of the Utica man accused of killing his grandmother and their 87-year-old landlord has been adjourned until Nov. 6.
Naythen Aubain was supposed to appear in court Thursday morning for a pre-trail hearing after he was declared fit to stand trial.
The defense has asked for time to review Aubain’s psychological reports before moving forward.
Aubain is charged with two counts of first-degree murder, first-degree attempted murder, criminal mischief and overdriving, torturing, and injuring animals. He is accused of killing his grandmother, Katherine Aubain, and the landlord of their Tilden Avenue apartment, Jane Wentka, in January.
He pleaded not guilty in March.
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